This again was not what I intended to paint up the other day, that's just undecorated waiting turn at bat. So instead I did this Ral Partha beastman or such like. I actually bought it and nine others for a specific campaign which never quite got to the stage I needed the figures. I am now hoping I have the chance again and as such want to get them all painted up, but this one was just for the fun of painting something that bit off centre. Can anyone guess the book series I have based the campaign on and what the name of the creature?
Cath again has taken the pictures and I really think she did me proud. The horrible creature that is half human and half beast is sporting a longbow and looks like he does not like you very much.
He is wearing leather armour for his upper body and I decided to do his arm brace in bronze rather than a more useful leather, after all you can take a few liberties with Fantasy. The base actually needs a bit of tidying up where the basing gunk runs off a little but that's not much of a job.
As you would expect it was a pleasant diversion for an evening and it was great to finally get the paint onto this old miniature. The added bonus was making use of the flocking powder and tufts to make the flowers on the base. I really love how they came out and how they have not been ruined on varnishing the figure.
Good news for someone is that I will be giving away as part of my blog giveaway eight tubs of flocking powder to one lucky follower, the giveaway starts in just a few days, consider yourself pre-warned LOL.